Manchester United supervisor Jose Mourinho said it is “conceivable” that out-of-agreement striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic could sign another arrangement. The previous Sweden worldwide, 35, was discharged in June after he not being offered another agreement. He has been recuperating from knee surgery at United’s preparation ground. Mourinho stated: “If the choice is to stay and hold up until December – he can’t be back to them – why not hold up? We are talking and evolving thoughts.” Ibrahimovic marked a one-year bargain in July 2016, yet an expansion was not activated after he endured a season-finishing knee tendon damage in April.
He scored 28 times in 46 diversions in all rivalries for United. Mourinho likewise said he needs to sign “maybe a couple” more players this late spring. Joined have spent a consolidated £106m on Benfica safeguard Victor Lindhof and Everton striker Romelu Lukaku amid the exchange window, and have been connected with three midfielders – Chelsea’s Nemanja Matic, Ivan Perisic from Inter Milan and Tottenham’s Eric Dier.
Mourinho stated: “I can’t say any word in regards to a Chelsea player.” However, he included that United “don’t have our entryway shut”. “We require more,” he said. “We needed four – half of the employment is finished. We require two more players, no less than one. Everything is so troublesome.”
Mourinho affirmed that United attempted to sign 24-year-old Spain striker Alvaro Morata a month ago yet couldn’t concur an expense with Real Madrid